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Take Action on the Student Success Act

Legislature releases historic education investment proposal,…

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May 8th

EDUCATORS ARE STANDING UP FOR STUDENTS on MAY 8! Join us!

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A Crisis of Disrupted Learning

Our schools are in crisis all across the state. Students come to…

Elections

2019 School Board Endorsements

OEA-PAC Board has endorsed a number of candidates for local School Board races:

Lisa Fragala - Lane Community College Board, Position 7

Andrew Speer - Mt Hood Community College Board, Zone 3

LaVerne Lewis - Mt Hood Community College Board, Zone 7

Kenney Polson - Mt Hood Community College Board, Zone 5

Ben Bowman - Tigard Tualatin School Board, Position 2

See Eun Kim - Hillsboro School Board, Pos 4

Lisa Allen - Hillsboro School Board, Pos 5

Yadira Martinez - Hillsboro School Board, Pos 7

Robin Zygaitis - Bethel School Board, Pos 6

Alicia Hayes - Eugene School Board, Pos 1

Gordon Lafer - Eugene School Board, Pos 4

Martina Shabram - Eugene School Board, Pos 5

Mary Walston - Eugene School Board, Pos 7

Amy Kohnstamm - Portland School Board, Zone 3

Eilidh Lowery - Portland School Board Zone 7

Michelle DePass - Portland School Board, Zone 2

Raul Marquez Guerrero - Salem-Keizer School Board, Zone 2

David Salinas - Salem-Keizer School Board, Zone 4

Chuck Lee - Salem-Keizer School Board, Zone 6

Caroline Skidmore - Bend-LaPine School Board, Pos 1

Shimiko Montgomery - Bend-LaPine School Board, Pos 3

Amy Tatom - Bend LaPine School Board,Pos 5

Kate Grandusky - Forest Grove School Board, Pos 4

Narce Rodriguez - Forest Grove School Board, Pos 5


Become a Member of OEA-PAC!

OEA-PAC is OEA’s political action committee – made up every OEA member who makes a voluntary contribution.  Together with The NEA Fund for Children and Public Education, it allows you to combine your investment with thousands of other members to elect lawmakers who care about public education as much as we do. 

Information on Voting

To date, nearly thousands of Oregon educators have already voted. You should be one of them! Stick your ballot in the mail today, or if you'd rather drop of your ballot go here for a map of drop-off sites in your area.

For more information on voting in Oregon and to view the Voter's Pamphlet online, visit the Secretary of State's website here.